Iran releases list of trading partners

Business Materials 9 November 2021 17:05 (UTC +04:00)
Iran releases list of trading partners

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Nov. 9

By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:

Iran exported goods to 142 countries, while imported goods from 110 countries, during the first seven months of the current Iranian year (March 21 through October 22, 2021), the Spokesman for the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) Rouhollah Latifi said, Trend reports citing the administration.

According to Latifi, Iran’s foreign trade turnover with the world countries for 7 months amounted to about 99 million tons worth about $55 billion.

The official added that Iran exported 75.2 million tons of goods worth about $27 billion in seven months.

“So, Iran mainly exported $7.67 billion worth of goods to China, $5.48 billion worth to Iraq, $3.39 billion worth to Turkey, $2.59 billion worth to the UAE and $1.12 billion worth to Afghanistan over the reporting period,” he said.

The spokesmen also noted that as for the eight countries to which Iran exports the least value of goods, these countries were Eswatini - $1,800, Comoros - $5,930, Guatemala - $6,260, Ecuador - $6,530, Angola - $6,620, Honduras - $6,800, Nicaragua - $7,660, Laos - $9,800.

In addition, Iran imported 23.5 million tons of goods worth $27.8 billion in seven months, according to him.

"Thus, Iran mainly imported $8.59 billion worth of goods from the UAE, $6.1 billion worth from China, $2.86 billion worth from Turkey, $1.03 worth billion from Germany and $1.03 billion worth from Switzerland in 7 months,” Latifi said.

Meanwhile, Iran imported the least value of goods from the following countries. So, Iran imported $4,970 worth of goods from Trinidad and Tobago, $16,500 worth from Latvia, $16,800 worth from Iceland, $25,900 worth from Cameroon, as well as $67,700 worth of goods from French Southern and Antarctic Lands, $83,700 worth from Chile and $86,500 from Costa Rica, the customs official stressed.


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